Hair Apparent: Stylists Give More Than Good Looks
There’s more to hairstyling than remembering color formulas, proper angles for a cut, or how each client’s locks react to styling tools and chemicals. There’s the banter. And the bond. Jenny Elig looks into the strong relationships between hairstylists and their clients, which can include major life events — from house calls to the funeral home. Click here to read the full story.
Behind the Curtain: ‘My Children! My Africa!’
New York Newsday
describes Athol Fugard’s play My Children! My Africa!
as “One of the theatre’s most affecting dissections of social upheaval.” Art of Africa, a new Bloomington theater company, brings the powerful play, directed by Murray McGibbon, to the John Waldron Arts Center. Jen Pacenza gives her preview in Behind the Curtain. Click here to read the full story.